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The Toys I’d Want for Christmas If I Were Still a Kid

  It’s that time of year when parents are on the hunt to find the perfect gifts for their kids. Sometimes it’s easy to find THE gift, but occasionally, even Santa needs help—which is why we have our kids make wish lists. Here’s my list of what I’d want if I were still a kid! […]

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Vancouver for Little Legs

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I spent my childhood living in Vancouver, British Columbia, and my teenage years wanting to get the hell out of there. Such are the follies of youth. Now, as a mom and a—hopefully—semi-smarter adult living far from home, I realize how ridiculously beautiful […]

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Connecting the Dots

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Many years ago, when I was a single, young working woman, I had great affection for two comic strips that appeared in the newspaper*: Cathy, written by Cathy Guisewite, and Calvin and Hobbes, written by Bill Watterson. I often clipped and saved—how quaint!—my favorites and posted them […]

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Just in Time

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It’s 7:35 a.m. on Monday morning. My 4-year-old is lying on the floor like a starfish. Her little belly sticking is out from under her shirt, and her pants legs are up to her knees. Note to Mama: Growth spurt—buy new pj’s. Rising from […]

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A Year Without a Garden

Here’s something I love about Rodale Inc. Last month, when we had an all-employee meeting where we asked employees to submit questions to me and other Rodale executives—anonymously, of course!—this was one of the questions I received: In one of your final “Maria’s View” articles for Organic Gardening, you wrote you were going to leave your […]

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8 Tips for Stress-Free Holiday Travel

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s If holiday travel has you feeling frazzled before you even start packing, you’re not alone. Whether it’s hauling bags through mile-long airport security lines, waiting out extended flight delays, or being stuck in stop-and-go traffic, there’s a lot to get your blood pressure boiling […]

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Playing on Planes: In-Flight Entertainment Tips for Flying with Kids

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I flew my first plane at age 6. Well, kind of. It was on a transatlantic flight to London, England. The captain invited some others kids and me on the flight to visit the cockpit, and even let me (fake) fly the plane! […]

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The Healing Power of Regenerative Organic Agriculture

September 20, 2015 marked 25 years since my father, Robert Rodale, was killed in a car accident in Russia. If on that fateful day someone would have asked him what his legacy was to be, I know for a fact he would have answered: “Regenerative organic agriculture.” To him, organic alone was not enough. He […]

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